Chelsea Handler, who recently called a few black conservatives “black white supremacists”, took to Twitter today and in what I hope was a vain attempt at humor asked if we could trade President Donald Trump or North Korean Dictator Kim Jong-un.

This, due to something Kim recently released:

“Far from making remarks of any persuasive power that can be viewed to be helpful to defusing tension, he made unprecedented rude nonsense one has never heard from any of his predecessors,” said Kim. “A frightened dog barks louder.”

Let me make it clear for you all what she’s asking for, as posted by Breslanta:

  • people in prison camps were starved to death, then had their bodies burned and disposed of, usually by other prisoners. These and other acts drew comparisons to the war crimes committed by the Nazis in World War II. (New York Daily News)
  • One former prisoner mentioned a time he was so hungry that he found, and ate, kernels of corn he found in cow dung. (National Post)
  • In areas where winter temperatures can drop as low as -40º, prisoners were forced to sleep in cramped quarters with no heat or blankets. (National Post)
  • Children are tortured from the age of 13. (National Post)
  • Torture devices are frequently used on prisoners. People are hung upside-down by their feet, from the ceiling, for multiple days at a time. Teeth are broken. (National Post)
  • Mothers were forced to drown their own babies. (Daily Mail)
  • Following some executions, prison guards forced prisoners to throw stones at the corpse until the skin fell off. (Daily Mail)
  • Rats, frogs, snakes, and insects are eaten by starving prisoners if they can find them while doing slave labor in the fields. Rats are a hugely important meal to the prisoners, as they can fight a disease called pellagra, which is caused by low protein and niacin levels. (Daily Mail)
  • Gas chambers and medical experimentation were used in similar ways as WWII concentration camps. (Rapture Forums)

 

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